Arn Chorn-Pond, Cambodian genocide survivor and activist, stands with members of his music group, Seasia, as they speak with Buddhist monks at the Wat Bo Temple. Cambodia, 2001.
Arn Chorn-Pond, Cambodian genocide survivor and activist, holds his flute in a doorway, with a pile of skulls visible in the background. Cambodia, 2002
Arn Chorn-Pond tells his story as a refugee from the Cambodian Genocide.
As a young adult Bragg remembers a transformation of sorts—a turning point in his life—when he gained the courage to speak out against intolerance.
Learn about the origin and meaning of the term genocide as defined in the UN Genocide Convention.